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Hey Joe what did you think would happen when you fired all the experts but kept the fauch? Biden asks states to go back into lock down.

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Hey Joe what did you think would happen when you fired all the experts but kept the fauch? Biden asks states to go back into lock down. Now Joe and his top notch crew are crying cause some numbers have gone up and they don’t know what to do. President Trump left him a crew that was experienced and had the virus on the down turn.

Joe has his 100 K vaccinated and the numbers keep going up. Vaccinate and test Americans but not the undocumented coming in from the open borders. Sorry Joe it’s all on you. The Biden Pandemic.

Nothing about the undocumented, the riots in Miami, or other mask less Progressive gatherings.



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OMG. When are the lies going to stop? The Fauch is claiming to be the Messiah. He saved us all. Fauci credits himself for early move on vaccines, called out online.

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OMG. When are the lies going to stop? The Fauch is claiming to be the Messiah. He saved us all. Fauci credits himself for early move on vaccines, called out online. He went on CNN and claimed that he was the one who saved all of mankind. Less the millions who died cause of his refusal to put the blame where it belonged. China and the fauch.

How can we forget how our President shut down flights in January. But in February and March the fauch and Pelosi were telling people to not mask up and go out and mingle. The fauch’s boss gives Trump and his administration credit. No where does he credit the fauch.

Fauci’s boss, Dr. Francis Collins, the National Institutes of Health director, praised the Trump administration for the “breathtaking” success of Operation Warp Speed in getting multiple effective coronavirus vaccines developed and tested within one year of the virus outbreak.

“The Operation Warp Speed, for which I give a great deal of credit to [former HHS Secretary Alex Azar], was an effort that many of us were not initially convinced was going to be necessary. And it was thought about as a Manhattan Project,” Collins told Axios.

“That effort and the recruitment of Dr. Moncef Slaoui was an incredibly important step forward that the administration deserves credit for, because that did motivate a lot of actions, a lot of coordination.”

No where is the fauch credited. No where. Besides the MSM and the far left, no one’s crediting the fauch for the millions of lives saved.




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Laura Ingram was right. Sorry my Conservative brothers and sisters. You don’t bring a knife to a gunfight.

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Laura Ingram was right. Sorry my Conservative brothers and sisters. You don’t bring a knife to a gunfight. Let’s be honest. Trumps team waited too long and wasn’t prepared for the legal battle. The blue state Governors and Secretary of State’s were in the wrong and the proper folks didn’t file the complaints. Laura Ingram was just pointing out the obvious. Below is part of what was said.


And what they did was absolutely disgraceful and if you look at the numbers, the numbers were vastly in favor of us in the Presidential election.  It was disgraceful that they were able to get away with it and the Supreme Court didn’t have the courage to do what they had to do.

To which Laura rudely interrupts and says:

Yeah, well speaking as a, speaking as a lawyer, we’re not going to relitigate the past tonight.  But speaking as a lawyer I think that going forward, I think any candidate running for office has to have a heck of a legal strategy in place before, like long before the election takes place.



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Reprint.Fact-checking Biden’s press conference.

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Reprint. Fact-checking Biden’s press conference. We have the most accurate fact checks that we could find. Tell us what you think.

President Biden’s first press conference Thursday turned out to be a trip into an alternate reality. In fact after fact, his statements were either was grossly misleading or downright false. Here is just a small sample:

Biden says: “We’re sending back the vast majority of families who are coming” to the border.

Reality: The actual percentage is about 13 percent of families being turned away.

Biden says: “The idea that I’m going to say, which I would never do, if an unaccompanied child ends up at the border, we’re just going to let them starve to death and stay on the other side, no previous administrations did either, except Trump.”

Reality: Trump never sent any kids off to starve to death. Many were flown back to their home countries.

Biden says: “No, I haven’t” ever rejected bipartisanship.

Reality: His executive orders and legislative agenda couldn’t be more divisive or partisan. His COVID-relief pack with zero Republican votes. And he refuses to deal with any Republicans who won’t accept 100 percent of his agenda.

Biden says: “I hoped to get 100 million shots in people’s arms in my first 100 days. We met that goal last week by Day 58, 42 days ahead of schedule.”

Reality: The nation was already on course to well surpass that goal when he took office.

Biden says: “No other country in the world has even come close, not even close to what we are doing” in terms of vaccinating the population.

Reality: Israel has delivered shots to a far, far greater share of its population that United States.

Biden says: “I also set a goal before I took office of getting a majority of schools in K-8 fully open in the first 100 days. Now, thanks to the enormous amount of work done by our administration, educators, parents, local, state education officials and leaders, a recent Department of Education survey shows that nearly half of the K-8 schools are open now full-time, five days a week for in-person learning.”

Reality: Biden’s administration had nothing to do with school reopenings. That was mostly the work of GOP governors and pols overcoming stubborn teachers unions allied with the president. And more than half are not fully open.

Biden says: His $1.9 trillion relief bill put money in the pockets of “ordinary people.”

Reality: Some of it maybe, but $350 billion was also to bail out bloated state and local governments like those in New York.

Biden says: “The next major initiative is . . . to rebuild the infrastructure, both physical and technological infrastructure of this country, so that we can compete and create significant numbers of really good-paying jobs.”

Reality: Biden canceled the Keystone pipeline project on his first day in office, costing thousands of “good-paying jobs.” His green agenda, push for a $15 minimum wage and planned tax hikes will likely cost millions.



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How stupid is this? Cruz tells dildo to walk away if he wants Cruz to mask up when speaking.

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How stupid is this? Cruz tells dildo to walk away if he wants Cruz to mask up when speaking. A so called reporter told Senator Cruz that it was in fear for it’s life if Senator Cruz didn’t mask up. Now how crazy is that? I’ve seen both Harris and Biden not wear the mask when speaking. This was nothing but theater.

Cruz explained himself and told the reporter that they could stand back if they thought that Cruz was with COVID. I found this from the CDC.

What’s Changed

If you’ve been fully vaccinated:

  • You can gather indoors with fully vaccinated people without wearing a mask.
  • You can gather indoors with unvaccinated people from one other household (for example, visiting with relatives who all live together) without masks, unless any of those people or anyone they live with has an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
  • If you’ve been around someone who has COVID-19, you do not need to stay away from others or get tested unless you have symptoms.
  • Cruz was vaccinated.

‘This is exactly how to respond to a performative virtue signaling reporter pretending to be scared of a vaccinated politician,’ Cabot Phillips of The Daily Wire said.


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Reprint. Ben Sasse to Dems: How come the filibuster wasn’t “racist” when you used it to block Tim Scott’s police reform bill?

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Reprint. Ben Sasse to Dems: How come the filibuster wasn’t “racist” when you used it to block Tim Scott’s police reform bill? How about Kamala signing a letter asking that the filibuster remain why then and not now? Tim Scott’s not house broke, that’s why.

A good speech, worth watching in full if you can spare the time but certainly at least five minutes’ worth from the point where I’ve cued up the clip below. “The filibuster is racist” is a common talking point of late among Senate Democrats, a caucus that just wrapped four years of using that same racist implement to obstruct the Republican agenda. But the man who took the argument fully mainstream was Barack Obama, a former filibusterer himself in the Senate, who used the occasion of John Lewis’s funeral last summer to remind his party that the procedure had been used to block civil-rights legislation. Our first black president was looking ahead to a possible Biden presidency, remembering how successful McConnell had been in thwarting Hopenchange and signaling to his party that they should feel free to demagogue centrist Dems inclined to let that degree of obstruction recur.

Believe the filibuster is worth preserving? Then you’re the son and heir of Jim Crow.

The Democratic answer to Sasse’s question of why it wasn’t racist to filibuster Scott’s bill or some Trump initiative but is racist now is that H.R. 1 is different. That’s their voting-rights mega-bill, their top legislative priority, which they believe will all but guarantee a permanent Democratic majority if it passes. And the only way it can pass is if Joe Manchin crumbles on the filibuster. The “racism” talking point is designed to link obstruction of H.R. 1 to obstruction of civil-rights bills during segregation, believing that any Democrat at risk of wearing the scarlet “R” will decide to capitulate in the end instead.

An important asymmetry between the two parties on the filibuster which others have noted but which Sasse does not is the fact that the Democratic legislative agenda is much more ambitious than the GOP’s. The sort of thing McConnell has in mind if Republicans get to pass bills with 50 votes is reciprocal concealed-carry. The sort of thing Schumer has in mind is a massive overhaul of U.S. elections — and a far-reaching immigration amnesty, and potentially Medicare for All and the Green New Deal and college debt forgiveness, and on and on.





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Joe Biden ‘Will Always Tell You The Truth’ (Except About COVID Vaccine, Economy, Border Crisis …)

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Joe Biden ‘Will Always Tell You The Truth’ (Except About COVID Vaccine, Economy, Border Crisis …). So what has he lied about?

His inability to tell the truth about the COVID-19 vaccine, the economic rebound already underway, or the border crisis. Biden won’t tell the truth about the first two because he’d have to credit President Donald Trump. And he won’t tell the truth about the border crisis because he himself is entirely to blame for it.

Biden has repeatedly claimed that when he got to the White House, there was no plan in place to distribute the vaccine and that the credit for the widespread distribution all belongs to him. In his prime-time address earlier this month, for example, Biden said that “I have as president of the United States put us on a war footing to get the job done. Sounds like hyperbole, but I mean it, a war footing. Thank God we’re making some real progress now.”

But the former head of Operation Warp Speed, the program created by Trump to speed development and production of COVID-19 vaccines, told NBC’s “Face the Nation” over the weekend that “90% of what is happening now is the plan that we had.”

How about how all the economists support his 1.9 trillion fiasco?

But as the Cato Institute’s David Boaz points out, “major economists from left, right, and center (are) opposing the plan as proposed and passed.”

Like Greg Mankiw, chief economic adviser to President George W. Bush. And Olivier Blanchard, former chief economist of the IMF. Michael Strain of the American Enterprise Institute. David Henderson and John Cochrane of the Hoover Institution. Constance Hunter, chief economist at KPMG, and the vast majority of business economists. Tyler Cowen of George Mason University. Nobel laureate Eugene Fama. Even Jason Furman, former chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, while saying he would support the plan on a ‘yes or no’ vote, warned that it risked triggering inflation and should be better designed.

And of course we could write a book on what’s happening on the border.

Biden won’t be held to account for his failure to live up to that bold promise about being a truthteller. The mainstream media has, after all, already decided that Biden is as honest as the day is long, and they aren’t about to let anything like his blatant falsehoods get in the way of that narrative.

What say you?


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Reprint- 8 Worst Parts of the So-Called ‘For the People’ Election Bill

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Reprint- 8 Worst Parts of the So-Called ‘For the People’ Election Bill. HR1 is the left’s attempt to rewrite parts of the Constitution where it pertains to state rights.

H.R. 1, the deceptively entitled “For the People Act,” has arrived in the U.S. Senate after a party-line vote in the House of Representatives. It is without doubt the most dangerous and irresponsible election bill I have ever seen.

If it becomes law, it will interfere with the ability of states and their citizens to determine the qualifications and eligibility of voters, to ensure the accuracy and validity of voter registration rolls, to secure the integrity of elections, and to participate and speak freely in the political arena.

H.R. 1 is an 800-page monstrosity that would usurp the role of the states. It would not only eliminate basic safety protocols, but mandate new, reckless rules and procedures. Here are the eight worst provisions of this ill-considered bill:

1. It would eviscerate state voter ID laws that require a voter to authenticate his identity. Indeed, it would force states to allow anyone to vote who simply signs a form saying that they are who they claim they are. When combined with the mandate that states implement same-day voter registration, it means I could walk into any polling place on Election Day, register under the name John Smith, sign a form claiming I really am John Smith, cast a ballot, and walk out. Not only would election officials have no way of preventing that or verifying that I am not really John Smith, but I could repeat this in as many polling places as I can get to.

2. It would make absentee ballots even more insecure than they already are. Not only could states not apply any ID requirement to absentee ballots, but they could not enforce any witness signature or notarization requirement. States that wisely ban candidates, campaign staffers, party activists and political operatives from handling or delivering absentee ballots would see that ban voided. H.R. 1 would require states to give access to absentee ballots to third-party strangers who may have a stake in the outcome of the election. All states also have to create permanent absentee ballot lists for anyone who wants to vote entirely by mail in all elections and mail absentee ballot request forms to all registered voters, a real problem given how inaccurate state voter registration rolls are.

3. It would worsen the problem of inaccurate registration rolls, which are full of people who have died, moved away, are ineligible felons or noncitizens, or are registered more than once. H.R. 1 severely restricts the ability of states to take the basic steps necessary to maintain the accuracy of their voter rolls, such as comparing their lists with those of other states or using the U.S. Postal Service’s National Change of Address System to find individuals who have moved.

4. It would take away your ability to decide whether you want to register to vote. Instead, it requires states to automatically register individuals who interact with state agencies such as DMV and welfare offices, as well as numerous federal agencies. This will not only lead to multiple registrations of individuals in the same and multiple states, but the registration of aliens and other ineligible individuals.

5. It would force states to allow online registration, opening up the voter registration system to massive fraud by hackers and cybercriminals. Worse, it severely restricts the ability of state officials to reject a voter registration application even when it is rejected because the official believes the individual is ineligible to vote.

6. It imposes onerous new regulatory restrictions on political speech and activity, including online and policy-related speech, by candidates, citizens, civic groups, unions, corporations, and nonprofit organizations. The disclosure provisions that apply to membership organizations like the NRA, Citizens for Life, and other organizations that Americans of all political stripes join to multiply their voices on important issues will subject donors to intimidation and harassment. It is the modern equivalent of the donor-disclosure requirements that state governments tried to impose on civil rights organizations in the 1950s – requirements the Supreme Court deemed unconstitutional.

7. It would authorize the IRS to investigate and consider the political and policy positions of nonprofit organizations when they apply for tax-exempt status. This would enable the political party in control of the White House (and thus the IRS) to use the IRS to go after anyone criticizing them or their policies.

8. It would set up a public funding program for candidates running for Congress. This would force taxpayers to subsidize the political campaigns of individuals they may vehemently disagree with and wouldn’t vote for in a million years.

Senators who support H.R. 1 should realize that they are essentially in favor of throwing the validity and credibility of future elections in doubt and taking away the authority of the voters of their states to make their own decisions on how their elections should be run.

How much more anti-democratic can you get? 

Hans A. von Spakovsky is a Senior Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, where he manages the Election Law Reform Initiative.

Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared on



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The super spreader that Joe owns. The Undocumented

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The super spreader that Joe owns. The Undocumented What did Joe think would happen? He opens the border, stops the wall, and doesn’t test or quarantine. Oh I forgot, he cages children. Oh sure we hear about Miami and what a super spreader that is, I even posted how a loon in California claimed that 5 or 6 people in a grocery store was the reason the whole state was in lock down Sad.

So the undocumented are roaming the country. It’s bad enough that they’re here unwanted. Watch if some make it to red states, they won’t be blamed. American citizens will be cause the MSM will print or report that masks weren’t worn.

The federal government does not have a centralized system for tracking or responding to Covid-19 cases among the surge of migrants crossing the United States’ southern border, according to interviews with six senior administration officials and multiple individuals tasked with responding to the influx.

The Biden administration has outsourced most Covid-19 testing and quarantining for migrants to local health agencies and nongovernmental organizations. But it’s unclear how many have been tested for the virus, how many have tested positive and where infected people are being isolated along the border, four of the senior administration officials told POLITICO.


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Please get Joe some medical attention. Physical and Mental. Mostly Mental.

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Please get Joe some medical attention. Physical and Mental. Mostly Mental. Remember the commercial below, or a similar one?

Well I’m sure you saw this video.

Well things are getting out of control. The slurred speech. Black eyeballs. Forgetting where he is or who the people around him are. And the list just gets bigger and bigger.

Now the White House said the big bad wolf blew him over. Actually they said it was the wind. How gullible do they think we are? Their side

Deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierretold reporters aboard the plane that Biden was “doing fine.”

“It was very windy,” she said. “I almost fell coming up the steps myself. He is doing 100 percent.”



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